Get some rest meaning in English

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to get some rest: to relax, to rest, to take it easy; to get some sleep, leisure time, relaxation idiom
You should go home and get some rest. You look tired.
(to need) some rest: (to need) some relaxation, a break, a holiday, some sleep noun
My doctor recommends two weeks' rest after the operation before going back to work.

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